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Robert Capa (Character)
from Sunshine (2007)

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Sunshine -- In the year 2057, Earth's last hope lies with a spacecraft whose mission is to deliver a nuclear device designed to reignite our fading sun.
Sunshine -- A team of astronauts are sent to re-ignite the dying sun 50 years into the future.
Sunshine -- Clip: We need to lose two more
Sunshine -- Interview: Michelle Yeoh "On working as a group"
Sunshine -- A team of astronauts are sent to re-ignite the dying sun 50 years into the future.

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  1. Sunshine (2007) Played by Cillian Murphy

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From Sunshine (2007)
Capa: It's the problem right there. Between the boosters and the gravity of the sun the velocity of the payload will get so great that space and time will become smeared together and everything will distort. Everything will be unquantifiable.
Kaneda: You have to come down on one side or the other. I need a decision.
Capa: It's not a decision, it's a guess. It's like flipping a coin and asking me to decide whether it will be heads or tails.
Kaneda: And?
Capa: Heads... We harvested all Earth's resources to make this payload. This is humanity's last chance... our last, best hope... Searle's argument is sound. Two last chances are better than one.
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